Questions About Actress of San Andreas Alexandra Daddario

This article is about Interesting questions of beautiful actress San Andreas Alexandra Daddario. Back in San Andreas, Alexandra Daddario plays with Blake, the girl of rescue employee Ray Gaines “The Rock” and his ex-wife Emma (Carla Gugino), who finds herself separated from her parents and leading her own small trio of survivors after a massive earthquake shreds the California shore. It’s the hottest in a series of increasingly high-profile roles for the striking 29-year-old celebrity, who made her debut All My Children 13 decades ago and has migrated between TV and film for years.

San Andreas Alexandra Daddario credits include The Squid and the Whale, both Percy Jackson & The Olympians films (where she played female lead Annabeth), shows like Law and Order and White Collar, and a memorable turn as Woody Harrelson’s extramarital fan from the first season of True Detective. San Andreas Alexandra Daddario gets to exhibit a few stunt and action chops in San Andreas, also spoke recently with Den of Geek on her own experiences with earthquakes, playing The Rock’s girl and whether she has any inside intel on season 2 of True Detective.

Did people begin to see you as capable of adult character?

San Andreas Alexandra Daddario said, I believe more so than I had more chances behind the scenes. It was only that behind the scenes in Hollywood I had more chances to audition for roles I maybe would not have been able to get in for. I’ve been taken more seriously for roles I maybe wouldn’t have been contemplated for before. So that is a massive thing. And that was really astounding to me. I was very surprised and very grateful.

Is True Detective probably opened a great deal of doors for you?

It did, yeah. It was huge; suddenly big for me. So I feel incredibly lucky to have had that chance. Plus, it was a total shock. I didn’t have any work coming up. Plus, it was January it came out. And all a sudden it was my whole career altered. So it was…it is amazing. This company is indeed odd. You will never know what’s going to take place.

Can you do any research for this in terms of going back and seeing tragedy films from the'70s or anything?

I saw The Day After Tomorrow and 2012. I did a little research on earthquakes and what would happen and that kind of thing. She becomes kind of a leader. I enjoy playing characters like that, very powerful women. It is a lot of fun to be the leader and to be someone who can address these items and be strong and endure.

Did you really do a lot of your own stunts?

San Andreas Alexandra Daddario said Yes, You know, there are particular things they won’t let you do. But I really like performing stunts. The groups that I’ve worked with are so amazing and they make sure you’re safe. And they be certain that you understand what to do, and also how to fall properly, which you are safe regardless of what is happening. I love doing that kind of stuff. So I did do a lot of the stunts.

And I think that it’s important, too, when you’re creating the personality, to actually do the things and go through the things that the character would have gone through to the extent that you can, because I think it makes it possible to develop the personality. And this is a really tough, strong female character and I believe it brings out another side of myself for that function

Did people warn you about these when you transferred to Los Angeles?

There’s earthquakes outside in California.” However, California hasn’t had a significant earthquake in a long time. I believe the last one was in’94. So I really don’t think people consider it as much. I believe now people are thinking about it more just because it’s been so long since one. They’re like, “Well, it’s going to happen inevitably.” But you do see a whole lot more in L.A. I’ve noticed more people with kind of those very extensive preparedness kits, almost too extensive. Type of preparing for the apocalypse type of item. But I think people are more conscious to keep extra food and water about and that kind of thing.

Can you speak about the reach of this film, how big it is, and the way you deal with this as a celebrity?

San Andreas Alexandra Daddario said, It’s interesting. As an actor, once you’re studying theater in New York, you don’t learn how to act off of a tennis ball blinking or a green screen or act like nothing’s there. Therefore, it was a fascinating thing to do, Percy Jackson, that was my first major film, was kind of a crash course on how to accomplish this, I think. You use your imagination and it is interesting.

So for this was less kind of talking to some tennis ball since there aren’t creatures. But there is a tsunami wave that comes and you need to envision it as enormous and frightening and potential. And it’s an interesting test, I believe, because you have to get to that level of fear and kind of shock and dismay and anything would happen now being in that kind of situation. It’s a lot of fun. But it’s intriguing.

How is it working with The Rock? Tell us something that we do not understand about him.

I don’t know if there’s something that we don’t understand about him. He really is as lovely as everyone says he is, and he’s incredibly hardworking, and what he’s done is indeed remarkable. I think he’s an open book. He is very genuine and has a great sense of humor about himself. It was wonderful to understand that and work with him in person. It is inspirational. He’s an outstanding person.

Does he come to other celebrities for information? Since he came out of such another universe, does he turn into you guys?

San Andreas Alexandra Daddario replied, I am not to me. The thing with this, it is actually two fascinating stories. So we’re really separated and then trying to find each other during the film. So I did not work with him daily. But he is an incredibly generous actor. And he is incredibly there for you and that kind of thing. But I don’t recall a particular situation where he asked me to get any guidance. If anything, I don’t think I could offer him much. He’s got a lot better guidance, I think, for me personally if I’d ask him advice.

Are you frustrated that the Percy Jackson films ceased after two?

I like the Percy Jackson movie. This was my big break. I really like the folks I worked with. It was a really magical experience for me. So I think it’s somewhat bittersweet. It is a little bit like camp ending, in a way. But I believe as time goes by, it was disappointing, especially at first, then there was a lot of time between the first and the second movie. But there is so many different things to do. So I think as an actor, also, you must sort of take every day as it comes. You will never know what is going to take place. You can’t be overly attached to one item because it’s never going to last.

Are you going to watch?

I don’t. I actually have a friend who’s in it from Percy Jackson, Leven Rambin, who is in this season. However, I have not talked to her in a while. I’m incredibly excited to see what they do. I cannot wait to see the story that unfolds. I overheard you telling someone you are a big fan of crime shows. Huge, It is kind of bizarre. I’ll go binge watching The First 48, that is about a homicide detective solving murders after they occur, and it’s incredibly dark. Huge fan of mystery. For any reason, I am simply very attracted to mystery stories, solving mysteries. That’s such a satisfying show as it’s all…I don’t want to give it away to anybody, but it is really amazing.

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